Another fucking day, it's still a nine to five, I swear. I don't want to reach the top. I don't want to be a millionaire. I know that it may sound crazy, but it's driving me insane. Staring out the window of another fucking train./(CHORUS) We're walking arm to arm. I won't follow. Arm to arm. I won't lead. Arm to arm. Beside me until tomorrow. Arm to arm. You're walking arm to arm with me./I'm feeling kind of homesick when I smell the old pine tree. I felt you in the breeze, I close my eyes, it's not so easy for me. Once or twice, 3 times, a charm. We were walking arm to arm. I wanted that for so damn long, but now it's gone. I've never been so wrong. Drop me a line. Tell me everything that I've been missing. Won't you drop me a line? Tell me wherrre you're gonna be when I get home. 2000 years more won't end this war, my brother. Half empty, half full. You're pushing, I'm pulling./Back in '96, sometimes I sit and reminisce. Took the train to Hobokenn, I didn't know it then, but that is when I found my place outside this so-called structured life. Married to my only love and music is my wife./(CHORUS)

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    General CommentThe last verse descripts what music mean to me
    Wojek84on March 05, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis song is great!
    catch22skapunkon May 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think he's talking about how the "structured life" consisting of a daily commute, a 9 to 5 job and all the other societal expectations are driving him nuts and how he longs for something else. he doens't want to be at the top of the structure any more than he wants to be a part of it. he wants another option and he misses the relationship he once held with a girl which also contributes to his state of mind. he must have mistakenly taken a train to hobokken and come across a new form of music that he wants to pour his soul into.
    pepermintrhinoon October 09, 2008   Link

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